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Gullfoss is one of Iceland's best waterfalls to visit.

There are several lookout points to choose from, and you can even go right down to the actual crevice that you see here, which is 105 feet deep and runs for 2.5 km in length.

When we got here it was roped off. See the long winding black path in the photo...thats where people can walk their way down to the crevice. But because of the time of year, that patch is 100% black ice, a sheet of slippery ice waiting to take your feet under you.

That didn't stop us though. When we arrived here we just hopped the rope and made our way down slowly to the edge with tripods and full gear in hand.

People looked at us like we were crazy, but I didn't travel thousands of miles to be stopped by a rope!!

The mist coming from the waterfall made taking photos almost impossible at close range, but i'll post a couple into the WS.

Hope you like the shots, the main photo here is HDR.
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